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STRUCTURAL

CALCULATIONS FOR
TERRACE ENCLOSURE AND KITCHEN RENOVATIONS
AT
1400 SOUTH GREENWAY DR. CORAL GABLES, FL. 33134

Preparedfor:
Mr.RodneyA.Hildebrant
1400SGREENWAYDR.CORALGABLES,FL.33134

By:

8250FLAGLERST.SUITE114
Miami,FL33144
PreparedBy:
JoseACompresP.E.
FLPE#65557
OCTOBER 2016

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INDEX

WINDLOADCALCULATIONS.......Page311
WindloadsforEnclosedGablerooftrusses(C&C)
WoodTrussesandJoistreactionsForC&C
- Flat roof joist reactions

MASONRYWALLRESULTS.....Page12-14
Masonrywallanalysisresults
Masonryjambanalysisresults

COLUMNSDESIGNRESULTS....Page1518
Concretecolumnsdesignresultsforlateralforce

WOODCONNECTORS....Page1922
Woodtrussesconnectorforupliftforce
Ceilingwoodjoistsconnectorsforgravityload
- Roof joists connectors

APPENDIX

HiltiHITHY150Epoxyadhesivetables
CodereportsforSimpsonStrongtieconnectors
FloridaBuildingCodeconnectorsapprovals

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WINDLOADCALCULATIONS





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Project: 1400SGreenwayDrive,CoralGables,FL33134

WindloadCalculationforRooftrussesofHipRoof

HipRoofTrusseswillbedesignedwithroofcladdingforces.
AsperPart1(Method1)ofChapter30ComponentsAndCladdingLoads
BuildingsH<60ft
Flatroof,gableroof,multispanroof
EnclosedBuildingandPartiallyEnclosed

Buildinginformation:
BuildingHeight 15 ft
Roofangle 15 Degrees
BuildingCategory II
WindExposure C
Buildingclassification Enclosed

BasicWindPressureQh=.00256KdKzKztV

Kd= 0.85 AsperTable26.61


Kz= 0.85 AsperTable30.31
Kzt= 1 Aspersection26.8.2
V= 175 MPH

Qh= 56.64 PSF

ForHipandGableRoof:
Angle7to27degrees

P=Qh(GCpGcpi)

ForEnclosedBuildings
GCp= Positive Negative Overhang
ForHipandGableRoofasperFigure30.42B Zone1 0.5 0.9 0
For10SForless Zone2 0.5 1.7 2.2
Zone3 0.5 2.6 3.7

GCpi=+/ 0.18 AsperTable26.111

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ROOFPRESSURES(GableRoof,C&C)

ROOFULTIMATEPOSITIVEPRESSURES ALLOWABLEPRESSURES

Zones1,2and3 Qhx(GCpGCpi)= 18.1 PSF 10.9 PSF


Qhx(GCp+GCpi)= 38.5 PSF 23.1 PSF

ROOFULTIMATENEGATIVEPRESSURES ALLOWABLEPRESSURES

Zone1 Qhx(GCpGCpi)= 61.2 PSF 36.7 PSF


Qhx(GCp+GCpi)= 40.8 PSF 24.5 PSF

Zone2 Qhx(GCpGCpi)= 106.5 PSF 63.9 PSF


Qhx(GCp+GCpi)= 86.1 PSF 51.7 PSF
Overhang= 134.8 PSF 80.9 PSF

Zone3 Qhx(GCpGCpi)= 157.5 PSF 94.5 PSF


Qhx(GCp+GCpi)= 137.1 PSF 82.2 PSF
Overhang= 219.8 PSF 131.9 PSF

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WALLPRESSURES(C&C)

P=Qh(GCpGcpi)

ForEnclosedBuildings GCpi=+/ 0.18

AsperFigure30.41 GCp= Positive Negative


For10SForless Zone4 1 1.1
Zone5 1 1.4

WALLULTIMATEPOSITIVEPRESSURES ALLOWABLEPRESSURES

Zones4and5 Qhx(GCpGCpi)= 46.4 PSF 27.9 PSF


Qhx(GCp+GCpi)= 66.8 PSF 40.1 PSF

WALLULTIMATENEGATIVEPRESSURES ALLOWABLEPRESSURES

Zone4 Qhx(GCpGCpi)= 72.5 PSF 43.5 PSF


Qhx(GCp+Gcpi)= 52.1 PSF 31.3 PSF

Zone5 Qhx(GCpGCpi)= 89.5 PSF 53.7 PSF


Qhx(GCp+GCpi)= 69.1 PSF 41.5 PSF

Zone5DoorsandWindowsPressure: Zone4DoorsandWindowsPressure:
ULTIMATE ALLOWABLE ULTIMATE ALLOWABLE
66.8 40.1 66.8 40.1
89.5 53.7 72.5 43.5

Zonedistancea= 3 Ft
LOADSLISTEDHEREAREULTIMATEPRESSURES.FORALLOWABLEPRESSURES
REDUCEBY40%.

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GableRoof

adistance:
BuildingDimensions
Width 30 FT (Areatobeenclosed)
length 55 FT
Height 15 FT

Leastdimension 30 ft

a= Leastof:
0.40XH= 6 ft
.10xleastbuildingdimension 3 ft

Notlessthan 3 ft
or0.04xleastbuildingdimension= 1.2 ft

Then a= 3 FT

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ROOF TRUSSES REACTIONS

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TrussesReactionsofGableroofwithC&Cloadpressures

LOADSACTINGONROOF

DeadLoad
WoodTrusses 4 PSF
PlywoodTrusses 3 PSF
Tiles 12 PSF
Ceiling 6 PSF
25 PSF

LiveLoad 30 PSF

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WOODTRUSSESREACTIONSWITHC&CROOFPRESSURES

TrussNo T1

Type Gable
Span 27 ft
Trussheight 3.6 ft
overhang 1 ft
TrussDistance 2.00 ft
Angle 15.00 degrees
Dimensiona 3.00 ft

OverhangZone Overhang
2 Zone1 Zone2 Zone2 Zone1 Zone2 Totallength
LoadLength(Ft) 3.00 8.5 3.00 3.00 8.5 3.00 29
DeadLoad(PSF) 25 25 25 25 25 25
LiveLoad(PSF) 30 30 30 30 30 30
UpliftPressure(PSF) 134.8 61.2 106.5 106.5 61.2 134.8

VerticalReactionateachsupport:

Dead 725.00 Lb
Live 870.00 Lb
TotalGravity 1595.00 Lb

Uplift 2487.80 Lb (Ultimate)


1492.68 Lb (Allowable)

HorizontalReaction HeightxPositivePressurexTrussspacing

F2= 278.66 LB

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FLATROOFREACTIONS

Monoslope angle<45

TrussNo. J1 KitchenRoofJoists

Type Flat
Span 20 ft
Joistheight 1.0 ft
JoistDistance 1.33 ft
Angle 1.00 degrees
overhang 0.00 ft

Overhang
Zone2 Zone2 Totallength
LoadLength(Ft) 20 0 20
DeadLoad(PSF) 25 0
LiveLoad(PSF) 30 0
UpliftPres.(PSF) 106.49 0.0

VerticalReactionateachsupport:
Check
Ma=0 DeadB 332.50 Lb D*L 665.0
Mb=0 A 332.50 Lb Dead 665.0 OK
Ma=0 LiveB 399.00 Lb L*L 798.0
Mb=0 A 399.00 Lb Live 798.0 OK
TotalGravityonB 731.50 Lb
TotalGravityonA 731.50 Lb
Check
Ma=0 UpliftReactionB(support) 1416.33 Lb F*L/2 2832.7
Mb=0 UpliftReactionA(Support) 1416.33 Lb Ra+Rb 2832.7 OK
Each
outlooker
UpliftReaction(Allowable) 849.8 Lb Ultimate*0.6

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MASONRYWALLANALYSIS





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MASONRYCALCULATION

Lateralloadsonsimplesupportedmasorywall(EnclosureWalls)

Analyzingmasonryblockwithreinforcement No.4@ 24 in
Assumingpinnedtopandbottommasonrywall

Windpressure(C&C) 89.5 PSF(Zone5,Ultimate)


Wallheight 10 ft
Steeldistance 2.00 ft
Masonry8''f'm 1.5 ksi
Steelf'y 60 ksi No 4 rebar area
As(steelareaused) 0.2 in2
Qty.ofbars 1 ud

Wind pressure x
Loadonwall 179.00 Lb/ft
steel distance

Totalactingloadonwall(W) 179.00 Lb/ft


W x wall
height^2 /8
ActingMomentMu 2.2 kipft
As * f'y / (f'm *
WithC=T a= 0.33 in jamb width (in))
d= 4 in
Jd= 3.83 in

(C or T) x Jd = 0.9 * a
NominalMoment(Mn)= 41.40 Kipin *f'm * Jamb width * Jd
Mn 3.45 Kipft

Mn > Mu OK

3.5 > 2.2 OK

USEMASONRYWALLREINFORCEDWITHNo.4@24" OK
AnchoredtoexistingandbeamwithHiltiHITHY150EpoxyAdhesive

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MASONRYJAMBSCALCULATION

Analyzing16inches(1block)masonryjambwith2rebarNo.5

Windpressure(C&C) 89.5 PSF(Zone5)


OpeningWidth 8 ft
Openingheight 12 ft
Wallheight 10 ft
Jambwidth 1.33 ft
Masonry8''f'm 1.5 ksi
Steelf'y 60 ksi
AsbarNo.5 0.31 in2
Qty.ofbars 2 ud
Wind pressure x
Opening width/2

Directpressureonjamb 119.04 Lb/ft


Pressurefromwindow 358.00 Lb/ft
Totalactingloadonjamb(W) 477.04 Lb/ft
W x wall
height^2 /8
ActingMomentMu 6.0 kipft
As * f'y / (f'm *
WithC=T a= 1.55 in jamb width (in))
d= 4 in
Jd= 3.22 in

(C or T) x Jd = 0.9 * a
NominalMoment(Mn)= 107.91 Kipin *f'm * Jamb width * Jd
Mn 8.99 Kipft

Mn > Mu OK

9.0 > 6.0 OK

USE(2)#5REBARSATWINDOWOPENINGSIDESIFNEEDED
ORUSE8"X12"CONCRETECOLUMNWITH4#5MIN.REBARANCHOREDTOEXISTINGBEAMAND
EXISTINGFOUNDATIONWITHHILTIHITHY150EPOXYADHESIVE,6"MIN.EMBEDMENT

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COLUMN DESIGN RESULTS

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CONEMCO CONSULTANTS Title : Job #
8250 Flagler St. Suite 114 Dsgnr:
Miami, FL. 33144 Project Desc.:
786-888-20014
Project Notes :

File: C:\Users\owner\Documents\ENERCALC Data Files\1400 hidebrant brito.ec6


Concrete Column ENERCALC, INC. 1983-2010, Ver: 6.1.03
Lic. # : License Owner :
Description : Concrete Tie Column for Door/Windows Jamb

General Information Code Ref : 2006 IBC, ACI 318-05.


f'c : Concrete 28 day strength = 3.0 ksi Overall Column Height = 10.0 ft
E= = 3,122.0 ksi End Fixity Top & Bottom Pinned
Density = 145.0 pcf ACI Code Year ACI 318-05
= 0.850 Brace condition for deflection (buckling) along columns :
Fy - Main Rebar = 60.0 ksi X-X (width) axis : Unbraced Length for X-X Axis buckling = 12ft, K = 1.0
E - Main Rebar = 29,000.0 ksi Y-Y (depth) axis :Unbraced Length for Y-Y Axis buckling = 12 ft, K = 1.0
Allow. Reinforcing Limits ASTM A615 Bars Used
Type of Stirrups used : Ties
Min. Reinf. = 1.0 %
Fy - Stirrups = ksi
Max. Reinf. = 8.0 %
E - Stirrups = ksi
Load Combination :ASCE7-10
..
Column Cross Section
Column Dimensions :12.0in high x 8.0in Wide, Column Edge to Rebar Y

Edge Cover = 1.50in


#5 #5

Column Reinforcing : 4 - #5 X X

bars @ corners,
#5 #5

Applied Loads .
Entered loads are factored per load combinations specified by user.
Column self weight included : 966.67 lbs * Dead Load Factor
AXIAL LOADS . . .
Axial Load at 10.0 ft above base, D = 4.0, L = 5.0 k
BENDING LOADS . . .
Lat. Uniform Load creating My-y, W = 0.50 k/ft Wind Load from jamb analysis, Page 13
DESIGN SUMMARY .
Load Combination +0.90D+W Maximum SERVICE Load Reactions . .
Location of max.above base 10.0 ft Top along Y-Y k Bottom along Y-Y k
Maximum Axial Ratio = 1.0 : 1 Top along X-X k Bottom along X-X k
At Pn = Pu, Load Contour location values are . . .
Pu = 4.470 k * Pn = 4.470 k
Maximum SERVICE Load Deflections . . .
Maximum Bending Ratio = 0.3708 : 1
Along Y-Y 0.0 in at 0.0 ft above base
Mux-Muy Angle = 90.0 deg
for load combination :
Mu at Angle = 6.299 k-ft
Along X-X 0.07114in at 5.034 ft above base
Phi*Mn at Angle = 16.986 k-ft
Mu-x = 0.0 k-ft * Mn-x = 0.0 k-ft for load combination : W Only
Mu-y = 6.299 k-ft * Mn-y = 16.986 k-ft
General Section Information . . . = 0.650 = 0.850 = 0.80
Column Capacities . . .
: % Reinforcing 1.292 % Rebar % Ok
Pnmax : Nominal Max. Compressive Axial Capacity 316.04 k
Pnmin : Nominal Min. Tension Axial Capacity -74.40 k Reinforcing Area 1.240 in^2
Concrete Area 96.0 in^2
Pn, max : Usable Compressive Axial Capacity 164.34 k
Pn, min : Usable Tension Axial Capacity -48.360 k
Governing Load Combination Results .

Governing Factored Dist. from Axial Load Analysis k Dist. from Bending Analysis k-ft
Mu / *Mn
Load Combination base ft Pu * Pn Pu/ Pn base ft x * Mux Mnx y * Muy Mny at Mx-My Angle
+1.40D 10.00 6.95 6.95 1.000 10.00 0.56 29.68 0.019
+1.20D+0.50Lr+1.60L 10.00 13.96 13.96 1.000 10.00 1.13 32.99 0.034
+1.20D+1.60Lr+0.50W 10.00 5.96 5.96 1.000 10.00 3.16 17.39 0.182

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CONEMCO CONSULTANTS Title : Job #
8250 Flagler St. Suite 114 Dsgnr:
Miami, FL. 33144 Project Desc.:
786-888-20014
Project Notes :

File: C:\Users\owner\Documents\ENERCALC Data Files\1400 hidebrant brito.ec6


Concrete Column ENERCALC, INC. 1983-2010, Ver: 6.1.03
Lic. # : License Owner :
Description : Concrete Tie Column for Door/Windows Jamb

Governing Load Combination Results


Governing Factored Dist. from Axial Load Analysis k Dist. from Bending Analysis k-ft
Mu / *Mn
Load Combination base ft Pu * Pn Pu/ Pn base ft x * Mux Mnx y * Muy Mny at Mx-My Angle
+1.20D+0.50Lr+L+W 10.00 10.96 10.96 1.000 10.00 6.37 18.71 0.341
+1.20D+L+W 10.00 10.96 10.96 1.000 10.00 6.37 18.71 0.341
+0.90D+W 10.00 4.47 4.47 1.000 10.00 6.30 16.99 0.371
+1.20D+1.60Lr+L 10.00 10.96 10.96 1.000 10.00 0.88 31.59 0.028
Maximum Reactions - Unfactored Note: Only non-zero reactions are listed. .
Reaction along X-X Axis Reaction along Y-Y Axis
Load Combination @ Base @ Top @ Base @ Top
D Only
L Only
W Only 2.500 2.500
Maximum Deflections for Load Combinations - Unfactored Loads .
Load Combination Max. X-X Deflection Distance Max. Y-Y Deflection Distance
D Only 0.0000 in 0.000 ft 0.000 in 0.000 ft
L Only 0.0000 in 0.000 ft 0.000 in 0.000 ft
W Only 0.0711 in 5.034 ft 0.000 in 0.000 ft
Sketches .
9.0k 9.0k
M-x Loads
Y

#5 #5
Height = 10.0 ft

Height = 10.0 ft
X X

#5
#5

0.50klf

Y Looking along X-X Axis Looking along Y-Y Axis

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CONEMCO CONSULTANTS Title : Job #
8250 Flagler St. Suite 114 Dsgnr:
Miami, FL. 33144 Project Desc.:
786-888-20014
Project Notes :

File: C:\Users\owner\Documents\ENERCALC Data Files\1400 hidebrant brito.ec6


Concrete Column ENERCALC, INC. 1983-2010, Ver: 6.1.03
Lic. # : License Owner :
Description : Concrete Tie Column for Door/Windows Jamb

Interaction Diagram

Concrete Column P-M Interaction Diagram


164.3 Allowable Moment (k-ft)
147.9
131.5

Allowable Axial (k)


115.0
98.6
82.2
65.7
49.3
32.9
16.4

-17.5
-35.0
-52.5
-70.0
-87.5
0.0 4.5 9.0 13.5 18.0 22.5 27.0 31.5 36.0 40.5 45.0

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WOOD CONNECTORS

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ConnectorsforTrussesatExistingGableRoof

POOLROOMEXISTINGGABLEROOFTRUSSCONNECTORS

Iteration:

Ultimate Uplift 2487.80 Lb FromTrussNo.1


actingloads F2 278.66 Lb Poolroomgabletrusses

Connector
SimpsonStrongTieConnector
ModelNo. HTSM20 DoubleConnector
Fasteners: ToTruss 1010d
ToConcreteorCMU 414x214Titen
FloridaApprovalNumber FL11473.11

Allowable Uplift 1175.00 Lb


loads F2 235.00 Lb
Qty.ofconnectors 2 connectors

Iteration= ActingallowableLoad(U*0.6) 1.0


Allowableupliftload*Qty.

= 1492.68 1.0
2350.00

0.64 1.0 OK

USE(2)HTSM20SIMPSONSTRONGTIECONNECTORSATEACHGABLETRUSSSUPPORTIN
ADDITIONOFEXISTINGCONNECTORSIFTHEREAREANY.

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CeilingJoistsConnectors

Joistspan 20 ft
CeilingDeadLoad 10 psf
CeilingLiveLoad 20 psf
JoistSpacing 16 in
Actingloads TotalGravity(wall) 400.0 Lb Actingloadonperpendicularwalls

(DL + LL) * Joist


Spacing * Span/2
CeilingJoistsHangerconnector

ModelNo. HU28
FloridaApproval 10655.33
Face 61/4"x23/4" Titen
Fasteners
Joist 410dx112"
Joistwidth 2 in
Joistheight 8 in

Allowable Uplift 575.00 Lb


Down 2400 Lb TypicalHUinstallation

Iteration= ActingallowableLoad 1.0


Allowableload

= 400.00 1.0
2400.00

0.17 1.0 OK

REMOVEANDREINSTALLEXISTINGINTERIORCEILINGJOISTSATNEWELEVATIONWITHNEW
HU28SIMPSONSTRONGTIEHANGERSUPPORTCONNECTORS

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ROOFJOISTHANGERCONNECTOR
ROOFJOISTS ExistingRoofJoist

Allowable Uplift 1416.33 Lb FromJoistJ1


ActingLoad Gravity 731.50 Lb KitchenFlatRoofJoist

Connectorforsupportreaction

ModelNo. HUS28
FloridaApprovalNo. FL10655.24
Fastener: Todoubleledger 2216d
ToJoist 816d

Allowable Uplift 2000.00 Lb


Capacity

Iteration= AllowableActingLoad(Ult.*0.6) 1.0


AllowableCapacity

= 849.80 1.0
2000.00

0.42 1.0 OK

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APPENDIX





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Used for Florida State Wide Product Approval #

Products on this Report which are approved:

Product FL# Product FL#


DETAL20 11473.1 LGUM210-2-SDS 11473.12
FGTR 11473.2 LGUM210-3-SDS 11473.13
FGTRE 11473.2 LGUM210-4-SDS 11473.14
FGTRHL 11473.2 LGUM26-2-SDS 11473.12
FGTRHR 11473.2 LGUM26-3-SDS 11473.13
HETA12 11473.3 LGUM26-4-SDS 11473.14
HETA16 11473.3 LGUM28-2-SDS 11473.12
HETA20 11473.3 LGUM28-3-SDS 11473.13
HETA24 11473.4 LGUM28-4-SDS 11473.14
HETA40 11473.4 LGUM410-SDS 11473.15
HETAL12 11473.5 LGUM46-SDS 11473.15
HETAL16 11473.5 LGUM48-SDS 11473.15
HETAL20 11473.5 LTA1 11473.16
HGAM10 11473.6 META12 11473.17
HGUM5.25 11473.7 META14 11473.17
HGUM5.50 11473.7 META16 11473.17
HGUM7.00 11473.8 META18 11473.17
HGUM7.25 11473.8 META20 11473.18
HGUM9.00 11473.8 META22 11473.18
HHETA12 11473.9 META24 11473.18
HHETA16 11473.9 META40 11473.18
HHETA20 11473.9 MSTAM24 11473.19
HHETA24 11473.10 MSTAM36 11473.19
HHETA40 11473.10 MSTCM40 11473.19
HM9 11473.6 MSTCM60 11473.19
HTSM16 11473.11 MTSM16 11473.2
HTSM20 11473.11 MTSM20 11473.2

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Florida Building Code, Residential 2007 Edition
R101.2.1 Scope
R4407 HVHZ Masonry
R4408 HVHZ Steel
R4409 HVHZ Wood

11. ALLOWABLE LOADS:


The tables that follow reference the allowable loads for the aforementioned products.

TABLE 1 ALLOWABLE LOADS AND FASTENERS


FOR TRUSS TO MASONRY OR CONCRETE WALL CONNECTORS
Allowable Uplift Loads
Fasteners
(160)
Model Length
Ga Southern
No. (in.) CMU Concrete
Truss/Rafter Pine/Douglas Fir- Spruce-Pine-Fir
(Titen) (Titen)
Larch
MTSM16 16 16 7-10d 4-2 4-1 875 755
MTSM20 16 20 7-10d 4-2 4-1 875 755
HTSM16 14 16 8-10d 4-2 4-1 1175 1010
HTSM20 14 20 10-10d 4-2 4-1 1175 1010
HM92 18 - 4-SDSX1 5-2 5-1 805 690
HGAM103,6 14 - 4-SDSX1 4-2 4-2 850 850
Notes:
1. Loads include a 60% load duration increase on the fastener capacity for wind loading where allowed by the Florida Building
Code. Loads do not include a stress increase on the strength of the steel. No further increases are permitted. Reduce
loads where other loads govern.
2. HM9 allowable F1 load shall be 635 lbs (DFL/SYP) & 545 lbs (SFP), and allowable F2 load shall be 200 lbs (DFL/SYP) &
170 lbs (SPF).
3. HGAM10 allowable F1 load shall be 1005 lbs (DFL/SYP) & 870 lbs (SFP), and allowable F2 load shall be 1105 lbs
(DFL/SYP) & 950 lbs (SPF).
4. Allowable loads for the HGAM10 are for one connector. A minimum rafter thickness of 2 must be used when framing
anchors are installed on each side of the joist or truss.

Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3


Typical MTSMM/HTSM Application Typical HM9 Installation Typical HGAM10 Installation

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HHUS26-2 10655.2 HU38 10655.43 HUC46 10655.83 SUL210-2 10655.123
HHUS28-2 10655.3 HU410 10655.44 HUC48 10655.84 SUL214 10655.124
HHUS410 10655.4 HU412 10655.45 HUC610 10655.85 SUL24 10655.125
HHUS46 10655.5 HU414 10655.46 HUC612 10655.86 SUL26 10655.126
HHUS48 10655.6 HU416 10655.47 HUC614 10655.87 SUL26-2 10655.127
HSUL210-2 10655.7 HU44 10655.48 HUC616 10655.88 SUL414 10655.128
HSUL214-2 10655.8 HU46 10655.49 HUC66 10655.89 SUR210 10655.129
HSUL26-2 10655.9 HU48 10655.50 HUC68 10655.90 SUR210-2 10655.130
HSUL410 10655.10 HU610 10655.51 HUS210 10655.91 SUR214 10655.131
HSUL414 10655.11 HU612 10655.52 HUS210-2 10655.92 SUR24 10655.132
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HSUR46 10655.18 HUC212-2 10655.59 HUS412 10655.99 U210R 10655.139
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HU210-2 10655.20 HUC214-2 10655.61 HUS48 10655.101 U24 10655.141
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HU212 10655.22 HUC216-2 10655.63 LU24 10655.103 U24R 10655.143
HU212-2 10655.23 HUC216-3 10655.64 LU26 10655.104 U26 10655.144
HU212-3 10655.24 HUC24-2 10655.65 LU28 10655.105 U26-2 10655.145
HU214 10655.25 HUC26-2 10655.66 LUS210 10655.106 U26R 10655.146
HU214-2 10655.26 HUC28-2 10655.67 LUS210-2 10655.107 U310 10655.147
HU214-3 10655.27 HUC310 10655.68 LUS214-2 10655.108 U314 10655.148
HU216-3 10655.29 HUC310-2 10655.69 LUS24 10655.109 U34 10655.149
HU24-2 10655.30 HUC312 10655.70 LUS24-2 10655.110 U36 10655.150
HU26 10655.31 HUC312-2 10655.71 LUS26 10655.111 U410 10655.151
HU26-2 10655.32 HUC314 10655.72 LUS26-2 10655.112 U410R 10655.152
HU28 10655.33 HUC314-2 10655.73 LUS28 10655.113 U414 10655.153
HU28-2 10655.34 HUC316 10655.74 LUS28-2 10655.114 U44 10655.154
HU310 10655.35 HUC34 10655.75 LUS410 10655.115 U44R 10655.155
HU310-2 10655.36 HUC36 10655.76 LUS414 10655.116 U46 10655.156
HU312-2 10655.37 HUC38 10655.77 LUS44 10655.117 U46R 10655.157
HU314 10655.38 HUC410 10655.78 LUS46 10655.118 U610 10655.158
HU314-2 10655.39 HUC412 10655.79 LUS48 10655.119 U610R 10655.159
HU316 10655.40 HUC414 10655.80 MUS26 10655.120 U66 10655.160
HU34 10655.41 HUC416 10655.81 MUS28 10655.121 U66R 10655.161

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HHUS210-2 10655.1 HU36 10655.42 HUC44 10655.82 SUL210 10655.122
HHUS26-2 10655.2 HU38 10655.43 HUC46 10655.83 SUL210-2 10655.123
HHUS28-2 10655.3 HU410 10655.44 HUC48 10655.84 SUL214 10655.124
HHUS410 10655.4 HU412 10655.45 HUC610 10655.85 SUL24 10655.125
HHUS46 10655.5 HU414 10655.46 HUC612 10655.86 SUL26 10655.126
HHUS48 10655.6 HU416 10655.47 HUC614 10655.87 SUL26-2 10655.127
HSUL210-2 10655.7 HU44 10655.48 HUC616 10655.88 SUL414 10655.128
HSUL214-2 10655.8 HU46 10655.49 HUC66 10655.89 SUR210 10655.129
HSUL26-2 10655.9 HU48 10655.50 HUC68 10655.90 SUR210-2 10655.130
HSUL410 10655.10 HU610 10655.51 HUS210 10655.91 SUR214 10655.131
HSUL414 10655.11 HU612 10655.52 HUS210-2 10655.92 SUR24 10655.132
HSUL46 10655.12 HU614 10655.53 HUS212-2 10655.93 SUR26 10655.133
HSUR210-2 10655.13 HU616 10655.54 HUS26 10655.94 SUR26-2 10655.134
HSUR214-2 10655.14 HU66 10655.55 HUS26-2 10655.95 SUR414 10655.135
HSUR26-2 10655.15 HU68 10655.56 HUS28 10655.96 U210 10655.136
HSUR410 10655.16 HUC210-2 10655.57 HUS28-2 10655.97 U210-2 10655.137
HSUR414 10655.17 HUC210-3 10655.58 HUS410 10655.98 U210-3 10655.138
HSUR46 10655.18 HUC212-2 10655.59 HUS412 10655.99 U210R 10655.139
HU210 10655.19 HUC212-3 10655.60 HUS46 10655.100 U214 10655.140
HU210-2 10655.20 HUC214-2 10655.61 HUS48 10655.101 U24 10655.141
HU210-3 10655.21 HUC214-3 10655.62 LU210 10655.102 U24-2 10655.142
HU212 10655.22 HUC216-2 10655.63 LU24 10655.103 U24R 10655.143
HU212-2 10655.23 HUC216-3 10655.64 LU26 10655.104 U26 10655.144
HU212-3 10655.24 HUC24-2 10655.65 LU28 10655.105 U26-2 10655.145
HU214 10655.25 HUC26-2 10655.66 LUS210 10655.106 U26R 10655.146
HU214-2 10655.26 HUC28-2 10655.67 LUS210-2 10655.107 U310 10655.147
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HU216-3 10655.29 HUC310-2 10655.69 LUS24 10655.109 U34 10655.149
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HU26-2 10655.32 HUC314 10655.72 LUS26-2 10655.112 U410R 10655.152
HU28 10655.33 HUC314-2 10655.73 LUS28 10655.113 U414 10655.153
HU28-2 10655.34 HUC316 10655.74 LUS28-2 10655.114 U44 10655.154
HU310 10655.35 HUC34 10655.75 LUS410 10655.115 U44R 10655.155
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HU314 10655.38 HUC410 10655.78 LUS46 10655.118 U610 10655.158
HU314-2 10655.39 HUC412 10655.79 LUS48 10655.119 U610R 10655.159
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